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HTC Will Live Stream “All New HTC One” Event

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The “All New HTC One” or HTC One (2014) will arrive in just over four days from now during dual events in both London and New York City. To help continue building hype around a phone that we seem to know everything about, HTC has set up a live stream page that is counting down to its unveiling. That’s good news for those who aren’t members of the press, as you’ll be able to watch along and experience the new One.  

Carphone Warehouse has already stated that it will have the new One available for purchase within minutes of its unveiling over in the UK. We have yet to hear plans from any U.S. carrier, though we would be somewhat surprised if that doesn’t change between now and Tuesday morning.

It seems like we have been waiting for this event for months. I almost can’t believe we are only days away.

The live stream will be broadcast here.

  • HTC_quietly_brilliant

    buy HTC !!! support HTC !

  • Intellectua1

    This should be interesting… Not!!!

    • LionStone

      Don’t lie, you’ll be watching

      • Intellectua1

        Yea I will.. I’m desperately trying to find interest in phones other than Samsung. I really am. The G2 Pro, maybe even this, I doubt it though..

  • Ray

    yawn march madness we know everything about this phone already lol

    • LionStone

      No we don’t lol

      • Guest

        All New One will sell until the next flagship comes out and then flat line… 2013 all over again.

  • Tony Byatt

    I need an all new bracket at this point…

    smh…

    • The Narrator

      Thanks a lot, Oba..i mean Ohio state!

      Thankfully I called that Harvard upset.

      • Ray

        i think everyone’s chance at that billion $$$ went down the drain

        • The Narrator

          Still got $100k to look forward too.

      • Tony Byatt

        I thought really hard about it but didn’t do it…I’m also kicking myself over Dayton because I chose them at first but then changed it…

        smh…

        • Phil Rocci

          You just described my predicament verbatim.

        • michael arazan

          North Dakota State University beat Oklahoma and in the first round? It’s the Apocalypse, I’m packing up and moving into the mountains. No one is going to win a Billion this year, except some 18 yo school girl who probably picked teams based on their colors and mascots

  • Cael

    Seriously what else could they tell us at this event that we don’t already know?

    • JMonkeYJ

      I think seeing the dual cameras in action and getting a good idea of their benefits will be cool. Other than that, I’m hoping for surprises but it seems like we’ve seen it all.

      • Cael

        HTC showing it in action will be biased. All the OEM’s do that and real world test by reviewers call them out. IE: Moto X’s camera was not as good as they originally claimed at first. Even with that RGBW or whatever stuff.

        • JMonkeYJ

          It will be biased, but it will also provide new information and therefore be interesting (to me, anyway).

    • LionStone

      Specs and functions of the dual cams

      • Cael

        That’s been leaked. For the cameras we have 4 MP/16 MP, so more than like it’ll function like the Oppo Find 7 and its 4MP cameras will create a 16MP image. Functions have already been leaked. 3D effects, etc.

        • LionStone

          ”so more than like it’ll…” see? You don’t know exactly and cannot confirm…

          • Cael

            Well the Chinese version of the FCC confirmed 2 camera with 4MP and 16MP. The retail box says 5MP FFC, and Ultrapixel back camera. The only UP we know of is the 4 variety.
            A similar 2 camera set up was shown at the MWC:
            “Corephotonics were coy about the HTC involvement, but confirmed that our suggestion of a 2-megapixel and 4-megapixel (the sensors we’ve been told will be in the HTC One) was a very precise choice to suggest, will use a standard wide lens and telelens to create the end result. The system then takes the two images to create a single superior image.”
            So yeah like the Oppo Find 7, whose single 13MP camera can take 10 images and stitch them together to make a 50MP picture. We can most definitely assume HTC’s dual cameras are 4MP each and will take the two images they take to create a 16MP image.
            So I agree with JMonkeYJ, we’ll see the dual cameras in action (the only thing that hasn’t leaked). I don’t think they’ll tell us anything new at all.

  • me

    Do if u HAD to pick between the all new one and gs5, which on??

    • T4rd

      GS One X.

    • http://twitter.com/geoff5093 Geoff Johnson

      Definitely the One, because it’s the one.

    • The Narrator

      Do you want premium or a fisher price toy?

      • Cael

        Per a Verizon Rep:
        Me: And I don’t want the Galaxy S5 because it looks like a band aid is on the back. Very ugly.
        [Name Redacted]: That’s what I’m waiting for.
        [Name Redacted]: Beastly phone.
        [Name Redacted]: I’m getting an Otterbox, always do so the Exterior doesn’t bother me, I care about the processor, camera, battery, etc

    • LionStone

      You mean GS5s

  • D.Moto.X.

    HTC One is a good phone, but the Moto X is the best.

    • d-rock

      I really like the Moto X, but lack of IR port hurts. I don’t use it a lot, but turning off TVs in bars is just too much fun to give up!

    • cizzlen

      No it’s not.

      • D.Moto.X.

        It is around here! Did you not know that the secret name of this site is MotoLife?

  • Greg

    tell me more about the nexus 8.9 made by HTC please!